India's Rajan Says Reserve Bank Is in an 'Accommodative' Policy Phase

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The Reserve Bank of India is in an accommodative phase of monetary policy, meaning it is looking to reduce interest rates, RBI Gov. Raghuram Rajan said.

China's Tesla Could Lose Power

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Heard on the Street: Hybrid cars helped electrify sales at BYD, but that is riskily dependent on Chinese government support.

Freeport Pays Its Dues As Icahn Arrives

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Heard on the Street: Carl Icahn has taken a stake in Freeport-McMoRan, the copper miner which recently has been a hive of activity in terms of cutting costs and addressing concerns about its balance sheet.

The Real Reason the Fed Should Go Slow

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Heard on the Street: While the Federal Reserve may raise rates in September, persistently low inflation would stay its hand from future increases.

Americans Step Up Spending

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Americans continued to step up their spending in July amid a healthy pickup in wages, a sign the economy carried momentum into the third quarter.

Brazil's Big Bet on China Turns Sour

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Brazil’s big bet on China is turning sour as the Asian country’s once voracious appetite for Brazilian exports dims.

China's Turbulence Exposes Risks to Europe's Growth

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The eurozone’s heavy reliance on exports leaves the region vulnerable as emerging markets stumble.

GDP Numbers Reveal Momentum Underlying U.S. Economy

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Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter.

Standard Chartered's Puzzling Currency Questions

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Heard on the Street: Asian currencies are the new threat to the emerging markets lender.

For Emerging Markets, 2015 Isn't 1997

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Capital Account: Falling currencies aren’t a sign that a repeat of the 1997 emerging-market crisis is brewing. But China’s slowdown and the accompanying slump in commodity prices are exposing structural weaknesses those economies have neglected for too long, Greg Ip writes.

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